We will hike in the Calanques National Park through pine woods and rosemary bushes and discover one of the most impressive Calanques (coves) whilst enjoying panoramic views of Marseille and the National Park including the Frioul and Riou Archipels and the highest sea cliff of Europe, the Falaises Soubeyrannes. Throughout the hike we will often take short breaks in order to learn about the exceptional flora and fauna of the national park and how it’s landscape it’s connected to Marseilles history. We will take a break by the crystalline turquoise waters of the Calanque. The paths of the Calanques are rocky and on small parts steep, but I will assist you if any help is needed, which is rarely the case. Please advert me if you have physical handicaps such as knee problems and so on.
I am an outdoor enthusiast and have been exploring the different pathes of the Calanques since 9 years now. I'm a professional hiking guide certified with a french diploma and will therefore be able to lead the group safely and on the most appropriate ways through the National Park. I'm passionate about the history, people and nature of the Provence and sharing it with you. I also love to travel and am very happy to welcome people from all over the world on my hike.
Hiking poles if needed, sunhat if needed. Please ask for this equipement beforehand :).
I will take you on the most beautiful trails of the National park, that give us breathtaking panoramic views and to a little secret cove where we can dip our feet in the water.
最多可有8位年满9周岁的参与者参加。 Some physical fitness (or willpower) is needed, but the hike is accesible to the vast majority.
Hike data: 6 km long over rocky terrain, 250 m elevation, 3 hours of hiking, 30 min break. In the summer, the hike might be cancelled at 6pm of the day prior to activity for risk of wildfire (local legislation) YES YOU CAN GET TO THE MEETING POINT BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT (SEE MEETING LOCATION)